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Graphic & Web Design
Bachelor of Applied Design
Published January 1, 0001

Student Learning Outcomes

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Program Courses

CC110 Drawing
CC112 Fundamentals of Design
CC115 Colour Theory
CC133 Digital Imaging
GD101 Fundamentals of Sustainable Design
GD120 Graphic Stylization and Symbols
GD121 Concept Development
GD130 Digital Illustration
GD131 Typography
GD133 Advanced Typography
GD134 Digital Imaging II
GD140 Electronic Design
GD201 Principles of Sustainable Design
GD202 Sustainable Design Standards
GD203 Green Campaign
GD221 Production Procedures
GD231 Corporate Identity
GD233 Experimental Typography
GD240 Design and Technology
GD250 Advertising
GD301 Sustainable Design Leadership
GD311 Art Direction
GD331 Conceptual Illustration
GD340 Foundations of Electronic Production
GD350 Copywriting for Electronic Media
GD360 Digital Photography
GD390 Portfolio I
GD401 Senior Research Thesis
GD402 Environmental Design
GD410 Dimensional Design
GD432 Senior Project
GD440 Publication Design
GD470 Information Design 3
GD480 Public Relations and Marketing
GD490 Senior Portfolio
GE103 Speech Communications
GE104 Rhetoric and Composition
GE114 Academic Writing
GE124 Critical Thinking
GE204 History of Art in Early Civilizations
GE206 History and Analysis of Design
GE214 Fundamentals of Sociology
GE224 World Civilization
GE234 Mathematics
GE244 Introduction to Political Science
GE314 Fundamentals of Psychology
GE324 Cultural Theory
GE334 Ethics
RS360 Media Business Law and Communication
WDIM130 Web Site Development I
WDIM140 Computer Animation for Multimedia
WDIM141 Intermediate Interactive Web Scripting
WDIM150 Introduction to Scripting Languages
WDIM440 Advanced Web Site Development
General Education Elective

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION 180

Program Electives

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Note: The Art Institute of Vancouver reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.